Sabastiya by Nabil Anani – Limited Edition Print

$ 850.00

Sabastiya (2022) by Nabil Anani
67 x 60 cm
Aqueous print on archival cotton paper, 320 gsm
Limited to 10 editions (+AP), hand-signed by the artist

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T Nostalgia by Nabil Anani was born in Nablus in 1974. He received a BA degree in fine art from Al Najah University in 1998. Although he is a multidisciplinary artist- producing sound and light installations, video and performances- Asad describes himself as a painter first and foremost. Starting as an abstract painter, his work has evolved to focus on Palestinian landscape. He has participated in group exhibitions in Palestine, Europe, Japan, the US and the Arab world. Asad’s works have been shown in three solo exhibitions at a variety of venues including Nablus (1999), Ramallah (2006) and London (2006). Untitled 5 by Rafat Asad Asad was born in Nablus in 1974. Winter by Nabil Anani He received a BA degree in fine art from Al Najah University in 1998. Although he is a multidisciplinary artist- producing sound and light installations, video and performances- Asad describes himself as a painter first and foremost. Starting as an abstract painter, his work has evolved to focus on Palestinian landscape. He has participated in group exhibitions in Palestine, Europe, Japan, the US and the Arab world. Asad’s works have been shown in three solo exhibitions at a variety of venues including Nablus (1999), Ramallah (2006) and London (2006).Asad was born in Nablus in 1974. He received a BA degree in fine art from Al Najah University in 1998. Although he is a multidisciplinary artist- producing sound and light installations, video and performances- Asad describes himself as a painter first and foremost. Starting as an abstract painter, his work has evolved to focus on Palestinian landscape. He has participated in group exhibitions in Palestine, Europe, Japan, the US and the Arab world. Asad’s works have been shown in three solo exhibitions at a variety of venues including Nablus (1999), Ramallah (2006) and London (2006). Eternal Nostalgia by Nabil Anani.

In Nabil Anani’s Sabastiya, his depiction of Palestine carries a more dream-like take with the use of unnatural colors to portray the growing landscape. Purple trees and roots sprout from the grass painted in hues of blue and yellow. The buildings and homes depicted in the background overlook the fantasy of nature. Some of the trees have withered down and lost it’s leaves, conjoining with the solemness of the grey sky. It seems a quiet Winter has overtaken the scene, contrasting with the vibrancy of the rolling hills and the purple grove.

Additional information

Dimensions 35 × 38 cm